THE MUMMY(2017)—Is a boring cinema, it is full of hollowness, Alex Kurtzman has to study to create a cinema.

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THE MUMMY(2017)—Is a boring cinema, it is full of hollowness, Alex Kurtzman has to study to create a cinema.

Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and his partner Chris Vail (Jake Johnson) accidentally discover the tomb of Ahmanet in Iraq. The Mummy, film produced by Perfect World Pictures, directed by Alex Kurtzman starts with an air fight scene in which Nick and Vail take part to escape from bullets .Buildings are collapsed .Everything around them is collapsed. They find at last a chasm that.is created by the collapse. Jenny Halsey, the archaeologist arrives and with orders from Colonel Greenway (Courtney Vance) they moved in to the chasm and there they find the tomb of the Egyptian Princess Ahmanet.

Ahmanet was mummified by the followers of her father that they sentenced her to be buried alive for she killed her father by her supernatural dagger, lest she would be ousted from throne after her father’s second wife gave birth to a kid. This is the tomb that was brought into the transport plane where it made some problems that camel spider emerged from the tomb that bites Nick’s partner Vail and he becomes a dead man having supernatural powers who kills the Colonel Greenway.

And the transport plane is attacked by huge crows to flames. Nick becomes a dead man.

The dead body of Ahmanet that with supernatural powers can walk and talk says he is who that released her so that she haunts Nick to get away him with her world but he doesn’t understand. His transformed partner also has been trying to say something like that. He is haunted by Ahmanet and in a long chase he escapes.

In Mummy 1 and 2 there was something to have amused with comfort and easiness .There were many incidents to chase in Mummy 1 and 2.That had been depicted likewise. In this Mummy (3) only one incident is there to follow which is not confronting with any other. Confrontations with incidents and characters are the only way to allure viewers in concentration who should be lost in the life of that depiction. In this 3rd version of Mummy only Ahmanet and her life is the sole portion of theme .Even though Nick and Jenny the archaeologist come and they have interactions, huge portrait is only Ahmanet .

Stephen Sommers was the 1999 Mummy film’s director who depicted with comfort

all the characters and incidents so that viewers could follow them likewise. Awakening of Imhotep when Evelyn reads the Book of the Dead was watchful of curiosity. Imhotep returns to full strength by killing the Americans one by one, and brings the ten plagues back to Egypt. Reading of the Book of the Dead is an incident and awakening of Imhotep is another incident, following of Imhotep for John and Evelyn is other one and all are depicted confrontationally.

We do not have any chance to see what rigid reason is there to follow or haunt Nick by Ahmanet in this version of Mummy. Only one thing is there the chasing of Ahmanet for Nick and Jenny .There was such chase in 1999’s Mummy that Imhotep had chased for John and Evelyn and Rick and the boy. His soldiers also had done it. But at the very same time there had been picturised such characters like Beni Gabor a greed one and a coward and Dr.Allen Chamberlain an eminent British Egyptologist guiding the American expedition. The collision of Hamunaptra and escape of Jonathan, Evelyn and Rick in the final scenes of the film had a little bit of attraction.

In the final scenes of this film, Mummy 3, guided by Veil, Nick and Jenny flee into the subway tunnels. But they are attacked by Ahmanet’s minions. Ahmanet captures Jenny and drowns her .Ahmanet has been hoping to break Jenny’s grip over Nick. Nick puts up a fight Ahmanet and her minions but gives up and lets himself embrace Ahmanet using it as a ruse to steal the dagger and stab himself. His body is possessed by Set, who proceeds to join Ahmanet to uphold his end of the bargain until he sees Jenny's dead body, at which point Nick regains control and uses Set's powers to overpower and suck the life out of Ahmanet, turning her back into a shriveled mummy. Nick harnesses Set's powers to resurrect Jenny, saying goodbye before becoming overwhelmed by Set's power and disappearing. Soon, Jenny regroups with Dr. Jekyll and they discuss if Nick, now fused with Set, will succumb to Set's influence. Ahmanet's corpse is lowered into a locked pool of mercury within the Prodigium base for safekeeping. Later on in the desert, Nick resurrects Vail, and the two set out on an adventure.

Nothing is that of alluring rather than boring incidents that are depicted by director Alex Kurtzman who may be thinking that

many shots combining with each other will create a cinema. The Mummy of 2017 is a boring cinema and it has nothing but voidness.